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Portrait Of A swan

E-M5 Mk2 and m75-300 mm


Portrait Of A Swan by Paul Silk, on Flickr
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Re: Portrait Of A swan

Wonderful.
I have just acquired a used 75 - 300. Not had a chance to use it yet but hope I can get something even half as good.
Was it handheld?
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Re: Portrait Of A swan

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Wonderful.
I have just acquired a used 75 - 300. Not had a chance to use it yet but hope I can get something even half as good.
Was it handheld?
Thank you and yes it was. Mine will probably be going for sale as due to health problems I cannot hand hold a lens this length any long a shame but there it is
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Re: Portrait Of A swan

Majestic shot, I like it.
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Re: Portrait Of A swan

Oly - sorry to hear that. I am sure I am going to get that stage soon, but wonder if a monopod and shutter release cable may do the trick?
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